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. >> good afternoon. peter strauss. i have a home at 79 pierce street. first of all, i really want to commend and thank mary brown and the staff for doing what i think is an excellent job in moving this to the state it is today, including the work on the mills act credit in particular, and trying to address some of the concerns of my neighbors. i've lived at 79 pierce for almost 30 years. right after i moved into thei n neighborhood, i immediately became aware of the architectural consistency of the victorines in our neighborhood. in fact this is a document we were talking about earlier. i quickly became aware of the 1987 preservation element of the master plan. one of the things included in that was a map of architecturally significant buildings in the city by the density per block and it turns out that this area around duboce park, including but not just limited to this proposed landmark district is really the largest concentration of architecturally significant victorines in the city. it's the largest clump of dark black area on this map. and the heart of that is what purports t
at 75 pierce street and have been there 28 years. i've come to just about all the hearings and have been in opposition to it since it came to my attention in early 2011. only because i feel that thek3j. historic designation of our neighborhood should have been something that the neighbors, who purchased and maintained these homes, should ask for, not something that the city should be imposing on us. beginning, what does this do for the homeowners, other than add additional loopholes, additional fees, additional approvals, over and above the already inconsistent application of the existing law. it seems unfair to me because they offered nothing. the mills act was redone to make it easier for property owners to that's great. doesn't help me a bit. i've been there 27 years. it's not going to help me at all. they said at one time it would help us increase the values of our property. i think the city has backed off on that since our property values are already a little bit over the top. what i want to know is why the department doesn't have to follow the same rules that i have to follow when
to get cop armor piercing guns off the street? the only thing he agrees with is mental health counseling. >> they don't know what they're showing up to. i asked him about that, is he going to be thinking about that when they're showing up on the commission of a crime the type of weapons that could be on the scene there. the one thing i want to get your reaction on is even before yesterday's announcement, gun -- for gun control. i want to play this sound bite for you of someone who is organizing, begun appreciation day coming up this week. take a listen to larry ward. >> i have been watching the children as human shields show. that is now going on at the white house. readings and letters from the kids, got to do what the kids want. got to answer all their letters to santa claus. >> that appreciation days honors dr. martin luther king but also honors the civil rights movement. >> i'll be glad to fire the first shot. i am not letting my country be ruled by a dictator, i'm not letting anybody take my guns, if it goes one inch further, i'm going to start killing people. >> i'm here to tell yo
on the streets have armor piercing bullets. >> here's my point. that's what every policeman wears. >> the police officer has a gun on his -- in his holster. he doesn't have to unholster that gun to have effect in society because it deters people from robbing property, right? just to throw that out there. now, we as a well-armed citizenry do not ever have to pull our gun against our government and i'm not suggesting that we do. i'm suggesting that a well-armed citizenry is a deterrent for the government to -- for a government, not this government, for a government that decided to act tyrannical -- our -- our well-armed citizenry acts as a deterrent for the government if it decided to turn on its people. >> which they can take us all out with the drone strike. >> they can't take us out with a drone strike. it's a big country. >> thank you so much for coming on. you'll be on with the rev coming up on monday. straw. >>> a restaurant that lets people pay what you can. that's the big idea this week and we'll bring it to you coming up next. wait until you see this. it's an amazing idea. you're watching
rifle. capable of firing 100 rounds. >> these would pierce walls, bulletproof vests. unfortunately, we have seen weapons like this similar on the street increase. there has also been an increase on in formation that make this information more readily available. >> this is the perfect loo combination of crime- fighting with officers on the street. >> as good as this technology is it really comes down to having a team of officers to follow up on these alerts. that is what they had on the new year's eve. will they have this on a regular basis? they're going to try to do this more regularly. but it comes down to an issue of manpower. dan kerman, kron 4. >> jacqueline: and another cold night. temperatures are going to be in the 30's. as to go for the weekend some changes with revo approaching. this live look at the satellite and radar with clouds coming in from the north bay. otherwise, we are clear. clouds double rotate for the overnight hours that will keep us warmer. still, cold in a number of locations in santa rosa. 30's in concord, livermore, the south bay. 37 degrees in half moon bay
it was his song, it is still valid to get that input. if it's something to pierce the eco-chamber of the pro-wall street centric voices. c-span: what is tim geithner's motive in this? is not going to continue secretary of treasury no matter what. >> guest: i don't want to speculate on his motives, but i can comment on his ideology and it reflects the wall street ideology, the sense that what is best for the banks is best for the country. so when banks told the more transparency would be dangerous, i heard things like an account for how they spent the money could be easy to kane can be dangerous, taken the banking system. he accepted this was his from wall street without questioning them. i was trying to get them counter arguments only have examples of how these things could get done. it's completely invalid in a pseudoscience in the vacant leaders in treasury. if you're not among those bankers, you really have no business having an opinion. tenacity is herb allison's successor. so he worked with her issa chief counsel for t.a.r.p. and when herb allison step down in early october 2010, he too
for the bay area. the proposed district is bounded by waller street, steiner street and the northern and eastern boundary of duboce park. the boundary jogs slightly south of the park's entrance at karm lita, pierce, to accommodate the historic steps and rock retaining walls. the district is residential, comprised of 79 contributing buildings, eight non-contributing buildings, and three contributing interior block park entrances. properties in the district are zoned rh-2 and r2o. the district is significant for the unusual development history of the contested track of land upon which it is built and the way in which the contested nature of the tract impacted the district's physical appearance in the adjacent park. the the district is built on one half of what was historically a tractd of land known as the public reservation, hospital lot and marian track. the other half is publicly owned and is the site of duboce park. the the site is significant for high level architectural -- it is remarkable intact grouping of victorin and edwardian. the queen ann style is represented as well as ef
on to golden gate. and from the pedestrian walk at scott to the pedestrian walk at pierce, there was a line of cars. all the curb was full. there was a line of cars, and on the other side of the street down from my house a couple of buildings. was the ecology truck. the red-light chasers were coming head on while i was trying to pull into by driveway. from three lanes to one lane. guess who had to take a pass to get in their driveway. i had to go around the block. but my point is to talk to the alamo homeowners association, which i am a member. talk to the people that live in that neighborhood. none of us have been consulted, none of us have had a voice in any of this. there are people, the demographics of the neighborhood are changing dramatically. it's not only known as alamo square but also mopeds, and they own cars so they have a get-away opportunity. and it's not in the student's best interest to be a part of that chaos. we keep our fingers crossed. i have witnessed some very close calls. and with the 300 more students, i keep my fingers crossed. i hope that you give some thought to th
as it does its job. >> so he's calling on congress to step it up, too, with a ban on armor piercing bullets, stricter gun trafficking laws and for cops on the streets. but the priorities will be pushing congress to ban high-capacity magazines and making background checks universal. his point man on the issue predicts tough politics. >> i have no illusions about what we're up against or how hard the task is in front of us. >> reporter: to make the case, he brought persuasive advocates, elementary school kids who wrote the president after the sandy hook shooting. >> julia said -- julia, where are you? there you go. i'm not scared for my safety. i'm scared for others. >> reporter: what do you hope can happen? >> well, i hope it's much harder for people to buy guns. i hope that like people with mental illness don't -- can't buy a gun. >> reporter: what made you write the president? >> i wanted the children that still have their lives now to be safe instead of endangered. >> reporter: it's a message the president hopes will deliver results. >> let's do the right thing. let's do the right thing f
proof -- the body armor piercing bullets get on the street where the cops have to elevate it one degree higher than that. that seems to be the issue. the politicians are talking around the problem. >> you are exactly right. that's what i have been saying all along, guys. we need to address the causes of the newtown shootings. the causes of the aurora, colorado shootings. what we are doing with the new laws we are addressing the symptoms. you take away the clips. is that going to stop newtown? absolutely not. is that going to stop aurora, colorado absolutely not. we need to address the we need to be focused more on that. our focus needs to be rechanneled to more of the causes instead of the symptoms. >> pretty mindless. rod wheeler, thanks a lot. >> thank you. >> that was illuminating. while millions struggled in the cold and dark because of hurricane sandy. this government big wig was warm and cozy. the reason why? he took home an agency general radar. >> plus, this girl really is on fire. we will tell what major gig alicia keys gist scored. ♪ this girl is on fire. helped . i honestly
including those used in recent high-profile maas shootings. to protect our police by getting rid of armor-piercing bullets. to pass a new assault weapons ban, b updated and stronger than the one enacted in 1994 to keep military-style weapons off of our streets and to consider a series of new federal laws imposing tough penalties on gun traffickers who help funnel weapons to dangerous criminals. these measures represent essential parts of any serious, any serious, comprehensive effort to eradicate gun violence, and today i join president obama, vice president biden and countless americans in urging congressional leaders to adapt -- to adopt them without delay. i'd also like to echo the president's call for the senate to confirm todd jones as director of the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives. this is a critical justice department component that has been without a senate-confirmed leader for six years. and to eliminate misguided restrictions that require the atf to allow the importation of dangerous weapons simply because of their age. some have said that these changes will require
of armor piercing bullets with new assault weapons ban updated, stronger than the one and acted in 1994 to military style weapons off our streets and to consider a series of new federal laws imposing tough penalties on gun traffickers to help funnel weapons to dangerous criminals. these measures represent essential parts of any serious, comprehensive effort to eradicate gun violence and today i joined president obama, vice president bite and in countless americans urging congressional leaders to adapt without delay. i'm also like to require presidents called to confirm todd jones has direct. the bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives. this is a critical justice department component without a confirmed later for six years and to eliminate misguided restrictions that inquiry the atf to allow the importation of dangerous weapons simply because of their age. some have said that these changes will require tough for by members of congress. as you all know, public service is never easy and there come times when those of us who are elected or appointed positions must put the interest
piercing bullets with the new assault weapons ban and those enacted in 1994 to keep those off of our streets and to them pose tough penalties from criminals to traffic weapons. this is from any serious comprehensive effort to eradicate gun violence. to urge congressional leaders to adopt them without delay. also like to call todd jones this is a critical justice department component without a senate confirmed the leader over six years. to eliminate misguided restrictions for the importation of dangerous weapons simply because of their age. some say it will require a tough vote by members of congress that there are times those of us were elected as but the interest of those we are privileged to serve them might be expedient or safe. this is one of those times. looking at the enforcement capacity by enacting common-sense legislation to stem proliferation of military style weapons and magazines we can and will make significant strides that too often fills our headlines. and then to go to a new level to advance the conversation how we can put an end to these crimes and secure our future
including those used in high-profile mass shootings. to protect our police by getting rid of armor piercing bullets, pass a new assault weapons ban, updated and stronger than the one enacted in 1994, military-style weapons off of the streets and to consider a series of new federal laws imposing tough penalties on gun traffickers who funnel weapons to dangerous criminals. these measures represent essentials parts of any serious comprehensive effort to eradicate gun violence and i join president obama, vice president joe biden and countless americans who urged congressional leaders to adopt without delay and also the president's call for the sand to confirm todd jones as head of the bureau of alcohol, firearms and tobacco. he has been a senate confirmed rear for six years and to you eliminate misguided restrictions that required the atf to allow importation of dangerous weapons simply because of their age. some have said that these changes will require tough votes by members of congress. as you all know public service is never easy and there are times when those of us who are elected or appo
, by getting rid of armor-piercing bullets, to pass a new assault weapons ban, updated and stronger than the one enacted in 1994, to keep the military-style weapons off of our streets, and to consider a series of new federal loss in laws.ng -- im these measures represent an essential part of any serious copperheads of effort to eradicate gun violence, and today i joined president obama, a vice president obama, mcalester americans to -- vice president biden, and countless americans to encourage congress to take action. this is a critical justice department component that has been without a senate confirmed leader for six years. and to eliminate misguided restrictions that require the atf to allow the importation of dangerous weapons because of their age. some have said that these changes will require tough vote, by members of congress. as you all know, public service is never easy, and there come times when those of us who are elected or appointed to positions must put the interests of those who we serve, we are privileged to serve, above that which might be politically expedient or profe
, including those used in recent high- profile mass shootings, to protect our police by getting rid of armor-piercing bullets, to pass a new assault weapons ban, updated and stronger than the one enacted in 1994, to keep military-style weapons off of our streets, and to consider a series of new federal laws imposing tough penalties on the gun traffickers who help funnel weapons to dangerous criminals. these measures represent essential parts of any serious, comprehensive effort to eradicate gun violence -- and today, i join president obama, vice president biden, and countless americans in urging congressional leaders to adopt them without delay. i'd also like to echo the president's call for the senate to confirm todd jones as director of the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and explosives -- a critical justice department component that's been without a senate-confirmed leader for six years -- and to eliminate misguided restrictions that require the atf to allow the importation of dangerous weapons simply because of their age. some have said that these changes will require "tough" votes by membe
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